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i was born and raised in BC but went to college for two years in ontario - it was quite interesting there - other than that I have lived in a few places in BC - mainly NE BC, mid-vancouver island and the lower mainland
one of the things that i felt or thought when i moved to Ontario was how "American" it felt yet totally Canadian and historical on the other hand
it was also werid to get used to the idea of coming across proper little towns in what you would expect to be nothing in comparison to their location or small population - small out of the way towns in BC are just that - nothing - maybe a corner store or two, a gas station some houses etc. no sense of town at all
I am originally from Newfoundland; lived in the US for four years before moving to Windsor three years ago. Windsor is an American city, it just doesn't know it yet (as is the most of South Western Ontario). I have witnessed hockey games being turned off for football; they measure the temperature in fahrenheit and distance in miles… It’s scary…
Sylvan Lake, AB
Ottawa, ON (sortof: did a 4 month student exchange their in Grade 10 and worked there for 6 months in 1996 while living out of a hotel and flying back to algary every weekend)
Montréal is the Birthplace of the N.H.L. and home to 39 stanley cups since 1893!
How much can you really know about yourself if you've never been in a fight? - Tyler Durden,
You're so money, and you don'T even know it, man! - Trent Walker
Montreal Metro: 3.666 million
I was born in Dublin Ireland and brought to Canada by my Canadian parents as an infant.
I've lived in the Calgary area for 13 years of my life. the other 12 i've spent in Vancouver BC (8 years), Lethbridge (well Coalhurst, just north of) AB for 3, Edmonton (1 year). as well as sporadic stints in Chilliwack BC and Grande Prairie AB.
If i could choose home out of any city i've lived in, it would be a toss up between Edmonton and Vancouver.